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$75,000 for New Library

The fundraising for a new building for the Bradford Public Library reaching the $75,000 mark.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

1986 Library Summer Programs

A brochure outlining the summer programming offered at the Bradford Public Library during the summer of 1986. Some of the programs included spy school, storytime, movies and crafts.

Bradford Public Library

Bond Head Booketeria a novel idea

An article about the creation of a "Booketeria" in order to help provide library services to the Bond Head area.

"What is a Booketeria? It's a self-serve mini-library, a new and innovative way to make library resources more available in a small community. With the help of the Bond Head Post Mistress Judith Baguely, room was found in the tiny Bond Head Post Office for shelving that holds approximately 450 paperback books, ranging from adult titles to kids' literature, and from romance and murder mysteries, to the latest works by Canadian authors..."

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Bond Head Record of Book Circulations

A ledger book recording the circulation of books at the Bond Head Public Library. It is dated May 1942 and includes patron names, as well as check-out and return dates.

Bond Head Public Library

Bradford Gazette

A newspaper from November 3, 1988. The opening ceremony for the new Bradford Public Library at 100 Holland Court was that week on November 6, 1988.

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Bradford Public Library Book Plate

A book plate with black calligraphy style writing, one of many done by Ian Reid.

"Ian Reid was a resident of West Gwillimbury before Bradford amalgamated in 1991. He live on the 11th line of WG. He was a very popular citizen, always dressed in his Scottish kilt and accessories for anything festive or celebrative. In town, he recited 'Ode to a Haggis' on Robbie Burns Day in one of the local pubs at the time, which I attended. He was known in the library as the Patron who did all the calligraphy for our book plates. If any family made a donation to the library in the form of a memorial, or just purchasing books for the library, Ian Reid graciously on his own time made these book plates which are prominently displayed in the books..." (See sources)

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